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Small Cuts & Finger Wounds
Do you often cut yourself while chopping vegetables, or are your kids adventurous and prone to grazed knees or elbows? While these types of injuries can be irritating and painful, you can mostly tend to them yourself using basic first aid items.Keep reading to find out how to treat different types of cuts, grazes, and...
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Woman dressing the another person’s keen with a bandage
Medical emergencies can occur in the blink of an eye, when we least expect it. Whether you’re at home, in the office or in the car, having a first aid kit containing the right supplies can be lifesaving in emergency situations.Keep reading to learn why a first aid kit is essential for every home and...
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Doctor wrapping a man’s hand with a white bandage.
Every Australian home should have a properly stocked first aid kit. If you’ve been meaning to put together a first aid kit but don’t know where to start, we’ve made it easy. Here are seven items you should always have on hand to treat common injuries that happen in the home. Plastic plaster Let’s start...
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Young woman holding her hand that is wrapped in white medical dressing
Whether it’s a scratch, cut or graze, open wounds are something that we’d rather go without. If you do happen to hurt yourself at home or at work, it’s best you know how to maintain the wound, the right way. Here are some tips for homecare wound maintenance that will help speed up the healing...
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Finger cuts might not be the most serious injury but that does not mean they are not painful and annoying. Here is your guide to treating a finger cut quickly and effectively for maximised pain relief and a fast recovery. Keeping Cuts Sanitary The kitchen is where more hand wounds happen than anywhere else, and...
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